Bank of Baroda (BOB) Share Price Performance

Bank of Baroda Stock Trends in 2018

Bank of Baroda Stock Trends in 2017

Bank of Baroda Stock Trends in 2016

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Bank of Baroda (BOB) Company Information and Brief History 

Bank of Baroda is an Indian banking company which offers a wide range of international banking solutions and financial services for personal, corporate and retail customers. The bank has its headquarters in Vadodara, in Gujarat and its corporate office is located in Mumbai. Bank of Baroda is the second largest Indian bank in terms of assets. Based on the data accumulated in 2017, it is ranked 1145 on the Forbes Global 2000 list. The bank has total assets of over ₹ 3.58 trillion, a huge network of more than five thousand branches in India and abroad, and more than ten thousand ATMs. Bank of Baroda was established on 20th July 1908 by the Maharaja of Baroda called Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad III. It was nationalized on 19th July 1969, by the Indian Government. It is a profit-making public sector undertaking. At least 10 banks have merged with Bank of Baroda during its century-long journey so far. The market capitalization of Bank of Baroda in March 2018 was Rs.30347.76 crore. BOB share price fluctuates at every moment and thus it is very important for all potential investors to keenly study the performance of the company’s shares before investing in it. 

Bank of Baroda - Timeline 

Bank of Baroda was conceptualized by the Maharaja of Baroda in July 1908 in Baroda and nationalized later in 1969.  Here are the notable timestamps in the bank's journey so far: 

Wealth and Recent Performance

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Is Investing in Bank of Baroda Stocks a Good Idea? 

Bank of Baroda is a notable public-sector baking entity. Unquestionably, it is one of the best possibilities for stock investors. If we study the stock performance of over the last 2-3 years, the stock did not go steady. Although there was a positive trend and for some time, it was soon replaced by a declining trend. Whether or not one wants to hold the stocks of Bank of Baroda is completely based on a close study as well as fundamental and technical analysis. Since the net profit of Bank of Baroda has been consistent over the last couple of years, one may choose to invest in these stocks for a long-term. It is better for all investors to monitor the Bank of Baroda share price for a considerable period before deciding to invest in it.